Esteemed English right-wing politician Sir Mark Hatcher has caused a stir in London today after he said that it would be of benefit to all if homeless people were to be 'recycled' or even 'cut into pieces' and used as fuel 'for the elderly'.
Every year thousands of people end up on the streets, roughing it in London's notorious 'cardboard city' as the result of abuse and poverty.
Hatcher's horrifying comments came in response to a question from a journalist asking him what he felt should be done about the homeless people in London.
Hatcher was taking part in a 'charity' polo match at the time and decreed his bewildering policies from the mount of his faithful steed 'Hitler' to the cheers of his fellow Conservative pals.
"It's all Fagins fault..." he screamed between swigs from his hipflask, "...that bloody urchin, and the pied piper, all of them, and all those awful bloody children running around stealing pocket watches. Millions of them there are! The London underground is literally swarming with them like little grubby cockney rats... Kill them all I say, if they have no use in society then we'll bloody well use them, won't we Rupert!! Ahhh..."
A Conservative member admitted this was a potential policy but would not be discussed publically until they had defeated the Labour government at the next elections.
So there's really nothing to worry about then.